Damascus, Suriyah (PressExposure) April 18, 2011 -- The activities of a series of scientific and medical exhibitions, which were organized by Arabian Group for Exhibitions and Conferences, came to a close at Saturday evening at Damascus Fairground, Syria. The exhibitions were held under the patronage of the Syrian Ministry of Health in the period from 14 - 16 April, 2011. The exhibitions are: the International Healthcare and Medical Exhibition - Healthcare, the International Dental and Laboratory Equipment Exhibition - Dentalcare, the International Laboratory Technology and Equipment Exhibition - Syria Lab, the International Exhibition for Medicine and Pharmaceutical Industry - Syria Pharma, the International Exhibition for Chemical Industry and Raw Materials - Syria Chem, and The Specialized Exhibition for Programming and Medical ِAutomation - Medical IT, in addition to the specialized conferences that were held on the sideline of those exhibitions.
The exhibitions, which extended over a period of three days, formed a distinct economic event that combined the scientific and commercial aspects of the medical and scientific field, where they provided a real opportunity for interested parties that seek everything new in these vital sectors, and to get introduced to what the top local, Arab, and international companies are showcasing in the fields of healthcare, dental care, laboratory equipment and technologies, pharmaceutical industries, chemical industries, and medical programming and automation.
The exhibitions received remarkable traffic from specialized visitors from the scientific and medical field, medical students, and people who work in, and are interested in this vital field such as, medicine store managers, medical and laboratorial equipment company managers, medicine production and importation company representatives, and purchasing committee members from public and private hospitals.
Exhibiting company representatives expressed their comfort with the results that their companies achieved in this year's editions of the exhibitions, clarifying that the number of specialized visitors and interested parties from all Syrian provinces wasn't drastically affected despite the circumstances in which the exhibitions took place.
As for foreign participation, a number of Turkish, Iranian, Jordanian, Korean, and Brazilian companies expressed their comfort indicating that the goal behind their participation was to explore that vast Syrian market and study the possibility of getting agencies for their products, and a number of those companies managed to get along with some Syrian company owners where communication will take place in the near future to conclude contracting procedures between them.